Here is a list of lace events planned for 2020, which are all calling for participation. See if any of them align with your lace plan, and use them as inspiration, incentive (and a deadline, if needed)for your next creative lace project!
“Dragonfly” workshop in Ocean Park, Surrey, BC, March 1st, 2020
Join us for the next wire lace workshop, and learn how to make an attractive dragonfly pendant.
Registration deadline: January 15th, 2020
Contact: Lenka via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
lace|heart|art exhibition in Crescent Beach Gallery, Surrey, BC, May 2020
Become a part of our team and help us to present our wonderful craft and lace art to public in a unique pop-up gallery space on the beach!
Contact Lenka via email: email@example.com more information
Deadline: April 30th, 2019
2020 OIDFA Congress – Canadian national stand – July 27- August 6, 2020
The design can be either from a known source or your own creation. All STARS will join be displayed in July in Tartu, Estonia, at the 19th OIDFA Congress. Your creation will be returned to you after the event.
Star submission deadline: May 30, 2020 Contact: Lise Bergeron – OIDFA representative for Canada via email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Let’s work together to make the Canadian exhibition shine in Tartu!
3rd lace|heart|art International Challenge and Online Exhibition of Handmade Bobbin Lace in Colour
Deadline : February 14, 2020
If you read this blog regularly, you might remember one post from March, Offering: Red Berries, in which I wrote about my new lace work and said that “… it became my offering to the season that makes us revere cedar, to the beauty of snow and ice, and to the berries who know how to say ‘fertility’ like none other.”
Half a year later, lo and behold, the trees and shrubs in my neighbourhood are laden with huge amounts of berries.Rowan trees, cotoneasters, barberries, hollies, wild roses, … wherever you look there are clusters of fruits, shining in vivid red and orange colurs. What a beautiful sight, and what a joy to see the overflowing cornucopia of nature!
More and more, I am learning to appreciate the order of the natural cycle, which is governed by never changing purpose to propagate. Observing the unwavering flow of seasons, I sense that nature really doesn’t need us to save her. On the contrary, we would be wise to listen to her wisdom if we wanted to save ourselves. In all its complexity, nature’s way is simple, and therefore timeless.